Georgia executes first woman since 1945

Georgia executes first woman since 1945

Good morning!  Here are some of the stories your Good Day family is working on this morning for you:

Breaking news: We are on our way to the scene of a death investigation in Graysville.

More breaking news out of Georgia where a woman is executed in the state for the first time since 1945.  Kelly Gissendaner was pronounced dead at 12:21 this morning.

A beautiful moonlit morning.  Mickey will tell us if today will have you enjoying a fall day.

And happening right now, parts of the East coast dealing with flash flooding.  We have the dramatic images this morning.

Developing out of Hoover, a former day care worker facing charges after alleged child endangerment.

Three men are in jail this morning and charged with killing two people in Blount County.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming to Alabama.  We'll share details on that.

Inflammatory proceedings on Capitol Hill as leaders of Planned Parenthood faced tough questions in a Congressional hearing.  We'll have the reaction.

Alabama prepares for a big game against Georgia on Saturday and Auburn hopes for a little break after a couple of tough weeks. We check in with Lars Anderson for his take on the games!

Your credit cards get the chip! We find out more about this new system set to begin on October 1st and how it protects you!

The pet doctor joins us to take your questions.

And Jeh Jeh enjoys some Greek food and fun.  He brings us the scoop on the upcoming festival,

The Good Day folks will see you through your Hump Day, from 4:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. on WBRC/FOX6!